Between Wednesday 23rd to Saturday 26th November, a small group of our Year 12 & Year 13 science and history students visited Geneva.
Geneva has long been a European centre for collaboration and has become the home of many global organisations. While there we visited the United Nations building and toured the rooms where, since its founding shortly after the second world war, international diplomats and politicians have come together to collaborate.
We also were privileged to tour CERN – the centre of particle physics research in Europe, with the world’s largest particle collider.
Both visits were a huge inspiration for our students who are currently planning and making their university applications.
To find out more read the accounts of our trip by students Juan and Eugenia in the latest edition of the Holy Mary student newspaper!